Here are your 2016 NHL All-Star Game rosters

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Atlantic Division: Patrice Bergeron (Boston), Jaromir Jagr (Florida), Leo Komarov (Toronto), Dylan Larkin (Detroit), Ryan O'Reilly (Buffalo), Steve Stamkos (Tampa Bay), Aaron Ekblad (Florida), Erik Karlsson (Ottawa), P.K. Subban (Montreal), Ben Bishop (Tampa Bay), Roberto Luongo (Florida).

Metropolitan Division: Nicklas Backstrom (Washington), Claude Giroux (Philly), Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh), Alex Ovechkin (Washington), Brandon Saad (Columbus), John Tavares (New York Islanders), Justin Faulk (Carolina), Kris Letang (Pittsburgh), Ryan McDonagh (New York Rangers), Braden Holtby (Washington), Cory Schneider (New Jersey).

Central Division: Jamie Benn (Dallas), Matt Duchene (Colorado), Patrick Kane (Chicago), Tyler Seguin (Dallas), Vladimir Tarasenko (St. Louis), Jonathan Toews (Chicago) Dustin Byfuglien (Winnipeg), Roman Josi (Nashville), Shea Weber (Nashville), Devan Dubnyk (Minnesota), Pekka Rinne (Nashville)

Pacific Division: Johnny Gaudreau (Calgary), Taylor Hall (Edmonton), Joe Pavelski (San Jose), Corey Perry (Anaheim), John Scott (Arizona), Daniel Sedin (Vancouver), Brent Burns (San Jose), Drew Doughty (Los Angeles), Mark Giordano (Calgary), John Gibson (Anaheim), Jonathan Quick (Los Angeles).

Notes

— No Sidney Crosby. I repeat: No Sidney Crosby.

— The four captains voted in were Jagr, Ovechkin, Scott and Kane.

— Coaches are Florida’s Gerard Gallant (Atlantic), Dallas’ Lindy Ruff (Central), Los Angeles’ Darryl Sutter (Pacific) and Washington’s Barry Trotz (Metropolitan).

— The NHL’s seventh-leading scorer, Blake Wheeler (40 points in 40 games) isn’t there.

— Neither is the NHL’s second-leading d-man scorer, John Klingberg.

— Florida, Washington and Nashville will have the most representatives at the game, with three each.